Atana dewatering technology selected by poultry producer
Gressingham Foods environmental manager George Seinet said: “We are always looking at ways to make our wastewater treatment processes more sustainable, efficient and cost effective. As such, we are pleased to be working with Atana to install permanent dewatering technology to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions on our mission to become a net zero business.”
Time to give industrial wastewater better treatment
Hire of a DAF treatment allows time for businesses to conduct a full-scale operational trial, with sampling and lab testing of wastewater, to build a case for capital funds, and ensure the correct processes are installed, helping inform a permanent solution.
Marlowe Critical Services Compliance Day 5th May
UK’s leading safety and compliance service specialist delivering end-to-end compliance 5th May 2022 at the NCC Birmingham Our compliance day is open to WPL and Atana clients who are a part of WCS Environmental Engineering – join us live at the WCS Group stand to explore our range of Wastewater and Water Treatment & Hygiene […]
Dewatering technology provides sustainable sludge solution
The option to trial then hire the solution, with sampling and lab testing of wastewater, means compliance can be achieved quickly, while businesses have breathing space to plan and implement a permanent capital fix.
Hire fleet expands as sludge rules change
One of the many reasons companies welcome the option to hire wastewater treatment equipment is that it brings sites into compliance while incurring no capital risk. This means longer term investment decisions can be given the consideration they deserve.
Industrial sites must fulfil water protection obligations
Once companies have removed as much COD as possible using screening and solid removal processes, they may find they still need to reduce the levels of organics further to comply with regulations. This is where biological treatment comes into play.
Major logistics hub selects WPL wastewater technology
WPL’s modular HiPAF range meets stringent European environmental discharge consent standards, without the use of chemicals. The technology is regularly specified by UK water utilities and is an effective choice for sensitive locations such as swales, which are shallow and not heavily diluted.
Research shows phosphate removal requires holistic approach
Meeting tighter phosphorus consents for England is a huge and costly challenge for the water industry, but the stakes have never been higher. Customers are increasingly aware of the importance of their water environment and their expectations are only going to grow.
Wastewater Treatment Key To Nutrient Neutrality Equation
With a nutrient neutral approach to new property developments expected to become more widespread across England, increasing numbers of developers are giving closer consideration to wastewater treatment, writes Andrew Baird, technical director at water recycling specialist WPL.
Celebrating extraordinary talent of our Women in Engineering
On International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), WCS Group shines a light on two of its talented engineers, Holly Waterman and Mónica Rodrigues.